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Interview to the Double: A methodological tool for Work Integrated Learning practice-based research ISBN: 9781741282917. Retrieved from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXenp9Fy0oc




Type Of Work


  • Media article

Abstract


  • This audio-visual resource is a research methods training tool for academics engaged in Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) on Work Integrated Learning (WIL). Dr Oriana Price introduces ‘Interview to the Double’ and Practice Theory before outlining how a Practice Theory lens, together with use of this method, could contribute to the advancement of WIL research by elucidating the previously ‘undiscoverable’. Dr Oriana Price then interviews Dr Bonnie Cord to demonstrate the method in action accompanied with overlaid titles that outline techniques used by the interviewer to elicit data from the participant. The interview content is focused on ‘discovered’ WIL practices as elucidated by the interview method. A subsequent debrief by the interviewee Dr Bonnie Cord discusses the role of the Interview to the Double method in ‘uncovering’ data that otherwise would have remained ‘undiscoverable’ using other interview data collection methods. Dr Oriana Price concludes with tips and strategies for researchers embarking on use of ‘Interview to the Double’.

Publication Date


  • 2018

Web Of Science Accession Number


Type Of Work


  • Media article

Abstract


  • This audio-visual resource is a research methods training tool for academics engaged in Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) on Work Integrated Learning (WIL). Dr Oriana Price introduces ‘Interview to the Double’ and Practice Theory before outlining how a Practice Theory lens, together with use of this method, could contribute to the advancement of WIL research by elucidating the previously ‘undiscoverable’. Dr Oriana Price then interviews Dr Bonnie Cord to demonstrate the method in action accompanied with overlaid titles that outline techniques used by the interviewer to elicit data from the participant. The interview content is focused on ‘discovered’ WIL practices as elucidated by the interview method. A subsequent debrief by the interviewee Dr Bonnie Cord discusses the role of the Interview to the Double method in ‘uncovering’ data that otherwise would have remained ‘undiscoverable’ using other interview data collection methods. Dr Oriana Price concludes with tips and strategies for researchers embarking on use of ‘Interview to the Double’.

Publication Date


  • 2018

Web Of Science Accession Number